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rattsmatt RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Bhowing the arrival and departure of trains at Cc mbu8 Ohio. On and after Monday, April 18, IBs?, aine will run u follows t ' Cleveland, Celmmbai it ClaUl R. R. LEATS. ABBOT. ...1:10 A.M. 15 A.M. ... 90A.U. 7:40 P M. ..11:10 A.M. M:O0 noon. ..8:15 P.M. 930 P.M. .. 3: P.M. 10:65 A.M. ight Express No. 1 Accommodation.... New York Express. ...... Express and Mail Springfield via Delaware This train leaves Sunday night not Saturday. JAMES PATTERSON Aaent. Little) miatat acCalnmauftXenlkBiBi Cincinnati, Dayton. Riohro'd, '-. Indianapolis, Chicago, Cir- ' ' . oleville, Lancaster, HilU- boro and Chillioothe ISO i a. m. uso a. m. umoinnati, Uayton. Kiehm d imcago,indianapolis,tiills- boro'. Cbilicothe and Marl etta . 5:00 a. m. UMt.m. Cincinnati, Dayton, Soring- , peia. via Aenia, monm o 'and Indianapolis 13:15 p. m. Cincinnati and Springfield via l.nn(lnn fi .40 T. n. 1S5 p. m. 9:50 p. m. i . IjUUUH, Agent. Baltimore tc Ohio' Railroad Central Ohio Division. '"" TRAINS EAST. No. 7 Nieht Express leaves Columbus at 1:00 A. M. Nii.l l.iehtning - xnress " " ' 11:10 A.M. Ji j. 5 Mail and Express " ' 10 P.M. TRAINS WEST. No. 1 Night Express arrives in Columbus 11:M P.M. No. 8 Mail " 11:30 A.M. Ho. 10 Lightning Express " " 4:50 P.M. J. A. PERKINS. Agent Col umbns and Indiana Central Kail war Kight Express .18:25 A. M. 10 A. M Pittsburg Express P. M. 70 P. M. Day Express 11:50 A. M 11:05 A.M. Accommodation 6:30 A. M. 4:10 P. M. ii. A. HILL. Agent. Sandnskfi ITIanafield. A HfewarK K. R, Trains leave Newark and arrive as follows : LEAVE. ABBOT. . Mail and Express 10:00. A. M. 1:00 P. M. l ast Freight and Passenger. 4:00 P. M. 8:15 P. M. A. W. Dennis. Agent. . J?l ttaonrsrh Colambna Ac Cincinnati. 1 LEAVB. ARRTVB. Night Express S:I0 A. M. 13:05 Midnight Liffbtninar New York Express 11 AO A. M. Mail and Express.... 2:00 p M. Lneal AAenmodation 6:00 A. M. 60 p. M. 11:30 a. M. 7:20 P. M, To Denison only starts from Freight yard. J. B. Peters, Agent Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE ARRIVES. A. M. P. X. 1130 10: 1146 .... 1USS .... CLOSES. Eastern Through Mails, C C & C. R. R.. ...... Eastern Way Mails, C. C. A C. R. R Northwest, viaFt.W. A C, O. C. AO.R.R Chicaso. via CP. A I.. C. A. M. p, If. uao 7:30 12 JO .... 730 U.&C.R. R 4:46 Littl e M iami R.R. through J 1 jJJ little Miami R. R. Way.. 11:16 C. O. K. K., Newark. Zanesville A Wheeling.. 11:15 C. O. 14. K.. Way ffl. P.A f.. thrnnsh A war. - .... .... 8:30 730 1:16 8:30 11.-40 12 ao 730 13:30 730 730 730 7:30 1230 1930 1230 1030 Circleville, Cbiliioothe A Portsmouth Lancaster. Ohio.......... 1030 7:0s East n ay.National Road. 1040 Mu Vernon Way. Wester- ville. Ao 830 1 orth Columbus and Clin- tonville 9M W ashinaton C.H.. via Flar- risburg. (tri-weehlky,) arrives Mondays, Wed nesdays, A Fridays, and leaves Tuesdays. Thurs days and Saturdays.... AO 730 . Centre V illage. (tri-week-i ly.) Tuesdays,Thursdays 1130 ana caturuays t Ovvim Hnirnfl. Offiee opens atTK o'clock A. M. and closes at Vi P. M. Sundays,opensat8KA. M., and closes at A. in. at SX P. M. JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. AGRICULTURAL. Closing cp thb Fall Work. The Barn. On account of tbe drouth this season, : feeding of stock has commenced unusually early. . For the same reason, farmers have 1 had a good opportunity to get their If edine arrangements in first-rate order. Now is tne time, it it has not been attended to be '. fore, to fix up the sheds, and racks, and . boxes, so as to keep the animals from the storms,tand save the feed from waste. Have the divisions of the yards all complete, so ' that each class ot stock can be kept by it - self when desired, as each class may require different treatment. - fTnrim Rtnhlpjt should be looked to. so that the animals may be protected from air draughts coming directly upon their bodies and especially upon their legs, and yet allow- of a pretty free ventilation above. . They should not be dark, as this injures the eyes of the horses. If you have not plenty of straw for bedding, go to the saw mill and haul in a lot of dry saw dust. : This will save straw and make an excel lent bed, and at the same time form a lib- ' eral and cheap contribution to the manure heap, and if the cattle in stable should have a little bed for their fore parts, it would pay in the same way, as well as add to their comfort. It is mighty hard, especially for working horses and oxen, to be obliged to lie upon the sott side of a plank after a hard day's work, or at any other time ; only see how stiffly the poor things get up jn the morning, after you have got out from your comfortable feather bed and straw bed, and then they are so much cleaner. Are the Farm Tools all picked tip and put under cover from the storms? We verily believe that throughout this region of large and loose farming, the farm tools take more damage by exposure during winter than by use during the rest of the year. To leave wagons standing out, or at best under tbe shade of a leafless tree; harness hanging in a shallow porch, where rain 'aud sun and wind rots and hardens the leather; plows, cultivators, etc., turned up in the fence corner, mowing machines rusi ing and rottiniroii the damp ground, and such like carelessness, Is a poor practice, when a day's work in providing a dry shed, and gathering up the tools, would save a hundred dollars damage ou a large farm, every year. Take out the knives from ' mowers and reapers, grease tbe steel and iron work on these and other implements; a coat of paint or oil upon the wood work all around, will also be good economy, and be more serviceable than if put on next spring, just before you want to use tbe tools. . , j Covering Strawberries in , "Winter. A uoiresuoudent of the Western Rural con demns the practice of mulching strawber ries for winter protection. He covered his bed with stable manure for the double pur pose of protecting the plants from frost and enriching the soil supposing the early soring rains would leach the manuriat sub stance from the mulch before it would be necessary to remove it. As a matter of course the plants were smothered. It he had given the bed a dressing of wood ashes after the fruiting 'season, at the rate of three pecks to the square rod, and late in tbe fall, after the ground was frozen two or three inches, a light cover ing of clean, coarse straw, evenly spread. he would hare saved bis plants.and with the additional gratincation ot an abundant crop of fruit. With this kind of treatment we have never failed iu having the plants come out green and vigorous in the spring, and followed by an abundant crop of fruit. Host cultivators ot the strawberry have erronious ideas as to the real necessity, or object ot winter protection. Their aim is to save the plant from the effects of frost, when in fact frost works no detrimeut at all to it. For winter safety, all the plant needs is protection from the sun, and the change ot weather alternations of freez ing and thawing. Atter tbe bed is once frozen it should be Sept iri that condition until spring, when as much of the winter covering as possi ble should be worked in around the plants. where it not only serves as a mulch to keep the ground moist and cool, but the fruit clear of grit. There is no fruit that can be grown with more certainty or less trouble than the strawberry. A very little of therfeW kind of care is all-sumcient to ensure a good crop anu ually lowa Home stead. , . Preservation of Eggs. "Le Betler," a French paper, recommends tbe following method lor tne preservation ot eggs, uis solve fur ounces of beeswax in eiirht ounces of warm olive oil, in this put the ip ot the nnger ana annomt tne egg all round. The oil will be immediately ab sorbed by tbe shell, and tbe pores filled up with wax. It kept in a cool place, tbe eggs after two years will be as good as if fresh laid. ' Fall Ploughing. Perhaps .. no better season is afforded for the work of plough ing than the period between the middle ol October and tbe middle or .November. The aoil la then usually moist enough to render it sufficiently cohesive, bo that tbe furrows may be properly turned, and the weather Is cool enough to enable the team to work with comfort. At this period, too, tbe har vests have been principally gathered, aud the farm work is not pressing. The Prince of Wales is a bad boy. He has a private entrance to his box at the heater, and an elegaut smokiug-room at t iched, lined with white satin. An Affectionate Husband. A husband accomDanied his wife to con fession. The lady having opened her griefs', . the father who was shriving her insisted on administering a severe penitential scourg ing. Tbe husband, hearing the first Btroke inflicted on his better ... half interfered, and urged that his wife was delicate, and that, as he and she were one flesh, it would be better for him, as the stronger vessel, to receive the scourging intended for his helpmate Tbe conlessor having consent ed to this substitution, the man knelt in his wife's place, while she retired from the confessional. Whack I whack! went the cat, followed by a moan from the good man's lips. ' "Harder! harder! ejaculated the wife; I am a grievous sinner ! Whack! whack! whack! " "Lay It on !" cried she; "I am the worst of sinners!" Whack! whack! and a howl from the sufferer. " "Never mind his cries, father!"' exclaim ed she; "remember only my sins. Make him smart here, that I may escape iu purr gatory." Judge . of Baltimore, is an able Judge and a pious man. He knows for what the island of Jamaica is chiefly cele brated, and thinks with Lord Byron that '"The two things most consolotary to fallen man are rnm aud true religion." Disdaining to imbibe perpendicularly in bar-rooms, he keens a demijohn of conce ded Otard in his office, and there slakes his thirst us inclination prompts. The judge has a son who knows his father's habits, and emulates them with filial assiduity. On a Sunday morning the Judge would say : "Well, Itufus, going to the First Presby rian with me this morning?" "No. father, I reckon I'll go down to the Second Methodist." But on bis way to that ed'flce, Itufus uniformly stopped- at the office, unlocked the old gentleman's private closet, aud in dulged himself with pleasant fluid. Every Sunday morning the Judge re peated his laudable inquiry, but Kulus pre terred the Second Methodist. The Judge soon began to notice a marked diminution in the contents of the demijohn, and right ly suspected who was the culprit. The Judge emptied the remaining liquid into another vessel and placed it in a secluded place. Next Sunday morniug came the usual interrogatory : "Going with me this morning, Itufus?" "No father, I reckon I'll stick to the Sec ond Methodist." On reaching the office and taking hold of tne aemiiohn, he not only saw with disgust the empty jug, but noticed a small piece of white paper attached to the handle, on which was legibly inscribed these words: "Second Methodist closed for repairs " After church father and son met, and looking curiously at each other, smiled a little smile, but said nothing. The "re pairs" on that Methodist building have not yet been completed. So Hufus avers. The following is from the Nashville Ga zette: "But few. If any, of our citizens who were in Nashville during the war, have forgotten the rough, blunt and unseemly Colonel Osgood, of General Mitchell's staff. While the general remained in command of his post, Colonel Osgood bad charge of the office business, and was charged with the duties of granting passes, permits, etc. This gentleman was a short, thick-set, bald headed individnal, thoroughly impressed with the idea of his own importance, and rarely asked a civil question, or gave a civil answer. It was said of him, by people who had previously known the Colonel, that he had formerly traveled with a circus, in the capacity of clown, and indeed his conduct and appearance indicated that such was the fact. A lady from Ohio called to see lieneral Mitchell on important business. Not being acquainted with the internal ar rangement ot the establishment, she at first entered the room ot Colonel O.-good, who met her with the salutation, 'Well, madam, what do you want?' She instantly replied, 'Nothing of you, sir; I came to see the ring-master.'" Among gentlemen It was noticed that box-toed shoes, flesh-colored gloves, and blue broadcloth suits predominated. Pan taloons have now approached that degree of tightness which may be called pinching. ' Coats are worn very short, only coming . down to the hips. A few light-colored overcoats were seen, but black or dark olive seems the favorite color. Hats have wider brims, more of a curve, and not so tall as last season. Neckties are worn of bright colors. JV. Y. Mail. A. M. Eolbrook." editor of the 2V. O. Pic ayune, writes: "This has been the most sickly season I have ever experienced here even worse than 1853. There have not been so many deaths, but the misery and destitution everywhere have been terrible." Miss Kate Terry, tbe admired actress, was married in the Church of St. John, Kentish Town. So far as the bridal party is con cerned the wedding is called "quiet;" but a crushing throng crowded tbe cburcb, nil ing every nook and corner, even to tbe hole under the pulpit stairs. Mrs. Arthur Lewis is now Miss Terry's name. The iV. T. Commercial speaks of Governor iirownlow as "coarse, intolerant, brutal in speech and manner, and will disgust his Senatorial associates more thoroughly than he did the Northern friends who lionized him in 1862." A: New Orleans voter, who had been threatened with assassination by some of his sable friends, recently killed his wife, giv- : ing as a reason: "I didn't like to be killed ; and leave her here atter I was gone, so I - thought 1 would send her on Deiore me.' Fun represents a six year old in Knick- , erbockers seated in a barber's chair, and to him the hairdresser: "Well, my little gen tleman. and how would ou like your hair cut?" Charlie "Oh, like papa's, please with a little round bole at the top." While digging a cellar in Hiilsboro', Mo., a lead and copper mine was struck. That house will be built on a metal basis Judge Chase is still on the Presidential track. The JV, T. Tribune Is the organ of the determined Chase men, and they intend to,'fight it qut on" his "line" in spite of any- General who rpay enter the field. detail Prices " - ' OF AT THE CHlfJA TEA STORE 135 S.Hig-U Street, (Goodale House.) Young Hyson $1.30, $10, best $1.80 per lb. Imperial $1.30, $1,60, best $1,80 per lb. Oolong, Black, $1.00, $1.50, best $1.80 per lb, Eng. Breakfast, $1,40, best $1.50 per lb, ! Gunpowder, $1.40, best $200 per lb. ! Japans, Twankays and Powohongs, 75 to $1.80 . - j per lb. The Price of the Long Arm Chop Tea Is Reduced ' to $1.00 per lb. ETiOS SELLER, i je5-d1tAw6m 135 S. HIGH ST. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1 Notice is hereby given thatproceedtnes have been Jintt tuted in the City Council of Columbus for .makina the follow ine improvements, to-wit : ; For making a flag crossing on the east side of Seventh street across MeK.ee alley. I Also, tor grading Mulberry alley from Front street .xo tne west siue ui nana alley. t Also, for sradinir and navins the unsaved sid walks, gutters and crossings on the east side of HiEh street lrom uaK alley to elm alley, j Als for paving and guttering the un paved side walks and gutters on Fair alley from Rich street to Cherry alley. ! The same to be done in accordance with -plats and estimates to be prepared by the Uity Civil i,ngi tiAer. and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All nersons slaimine damases on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the i ffice of the Clerk, in writing, on or before tbecourtn nay ot Uocemoer,A. u. in. t L.E.WILSON, 1 oct23-dltaw4w - City Clerk. Paving Notice. To allichom it may concern : . . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ( t Columbus. O.. Oct. 29. 1807. I Notice Is herebv civen. that Droceedinss bave been Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for snaking the following improvements, to wit : i F r making a double row flag crossing on the Sorth sice of Friend street at the crossing of iraight alley. '.,,., .v : Also, for paving the unpaved sidewalks on the west side of Fifth street between Friend street and Noble street. i The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the litv livil Engi neer, and filed in the office ot the Citv Clerk. : All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file tbeir claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or Deiore mo tievonin aay ui xseoenioer, a. u 1867. L. E. WILSON joet30-dltaww Ciiy Clerk. Moflatfs Ufa Fills and Phoenix Bitters. . The wonderful ef eots' of Moffat's Life Pills -caaesof me tal depression or physical weaknesi proceed inf from indiirestioo, eostiveness, or bilioua seoretions, are certified to by millions of persons who have been benefitted by them. They are tbe most effective cathartic and purifier ever before the public, and haveever been in use since 1F26. They are cheap, safe and reliable. Sold by all respeota b e dealers everywhere. . ; Climax A plain statement of faots. I inherited Sorofnla and many of my relations have died of it. In 1BS9 my case was frighful. Tnmors and ulce s spread until in ISta, under the advice of my physicians I went to Avon Springs. I received no benefit tried every medicine and did everythira; 1 could. 1 had to rest my arm on a cushion, and had not been abletoraise It to my head for over a year. The dis charge from two ul-ers was nearl.i a pint a day Amputation was recommended, but pronounced dangerous. I could not sleep, and my sufferings were intolerable. A friend brought me an English physioian, who applied a salve with which beBaid he had accomplished extraordinary cures' in the hospitals in England. It commenced to relive; I pers sted in its use; it finally effected a perfect and entire curd. It is now 1848. It is five years since 1 had the appearance of a scrofnlons sore, and my health has been Rood ever sinoe. I procured the re ceipt of this wonderful article this blessins; of hu inanity and have called it "Pace's Climax Salts." and allow the public to use itornot as they choose. This is a brief but candid statement, giv en more fully in my oircular. Geneva, New York, December, 1848. J. M. PAGE. : . . Nrw York, Oct. 16, 1866. I have known J. M. Page. Esq., of Geneva. N T.. for many years. He is one of the first citizens of Western New York. I saw him last week in good health. His ease was a most remarkable one but actually true in every particular. Signed DEMAS BARNES." We have watched the unaided but growing favor of'PAei's Climax Salts," and availing ourselves of the knowledge of its wonderful curative powers have become proprietors of the same. - It is a sore core for Burns, Scalds, Scrofula. Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Broken Breasts, Frost Bites, Chillblains, Stings, Bruises, Cuts, Swellings, ic whether upon man or beist. It subdues pain and inflammation with surprising oelerity, and heals urns without a sear. No family should be without it- It is always wanted, and is always ready. We will forfeit a dozen boxes for any single failure. We believe there was never anything like it in the world. It is put up in tin boxes, surrounded by a full oiroular giving faots, directions, testimonials Ac., and can be ordered through any respectable Druggist throughout the world. Price only 25 cents, WHITE & HOW LAND. Successors to J. M. Page, 121 Liberty street N. Y. leDXi-weoaty Climax. . , Paok's Climax Salts, for Bnrns, Scalds, Scrof ula, Salt R earn. Sores, Broken Breasts, Frost Bites, Chillblains, Stings, Brnises, Cuts, Swellings Ac. whether upon man or beast, is the most won derful article ever produced. Other good article alleviate; this cures. It allays inflammation, sub dues pain, and heals without a scar. It is worth its weight in gold to any family, and should always be on hand. It is warranted to do what it says ev ery time. feb28-wedwly . tjMoffafs life Pills and Phoenix Bitters Were first used in private practice in 1835. They were introduced to the public in 1835, since which time their reputation has extended, until they have a sale in excess of ail other Cathartio and Parify- ing Medicines. There is hardly a family among civilised nations who have not personal evidence of their beneficial effects- Their great success is ow, ing to their uniform reliability in cases of Consti pation, Bilious and Stomachic diseases, whether of ong or short duration. They are entirely vegeta ble in their composition, and harmless to the gen tlest infant. One ingredient opens the pores of the skin; another is diuretic, and stimulates proper ac tion of tbe kidneys; a third is emolient, loosening phlegm and humor from the lungs; other properties are warming and cathartic, and cleanse t e stomach and bowels from unhealthy cecretions. Their com bined effect is to regulate the impaired functions of be system, and to produce health. It is not assert ed Moffat's Pills are seure-oB that they wiU euro, all complaints but under ordinary circumstances bey may be relied upon to cura Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion Jaundice, Liver and Bilious Complaints, Colds Sourvy, General Weakness, Ao. -They are express ly made for these diseases. Millions upon millions of cures can be cited. . In no single instance has a complaint ever come to our knowledge, where they have not operated as recommended. Tbe printed circular around each box folly ex plains the symptoms and effects of each disease. specifies treatmen .furnishes eviaenoe, Ao. We briefly refer to Rev. David Elder, Franklin, N. C, who was cured of Dyspepsia. C, 3. Cross, of Theoike, HI., cured of Liver Complaint. H Hooley, of Springfield, Pa had Sorofnla, and had to use cratches; was cured in three weeks, James D.Dolens. of Adrian, Mich., cured cf Bilious Fe ver. Rev. Henry Graham, Presbyterian Church Gananagua, Cal , of Fereracd Ague. Rev. Kd. H, May, Twenty-first New York, of Rheumatism and Piles of SS years standing. Rev. Samuel Bowles editor of the springneid (Macs. Kepnblican, was cured of terrible Costiveness. Hon. Ed. Webber of Rumney, N. H., of Liver Complaint, etc., etc., etc. i .' . J . . A box of Moffat's Life Pills, with full circulars Ac, will be sent gratis to any Physioian or Clergy man, on the receipt of two three cent postage stamps. Moffat's Life Pills are 25 cents per box. ' Moffat's Phoenix Bitters. $1 per bottle. They are sold by al respectable dealers thronghbut the continents and the Islands of the Ocean. . .. ., WHITE A HOWLAND. Proprietors: Sncoessorsto Or. John Moff t. and lit. Wm. B Moffit.121 Liberty street, new 1 ork. , feb28-weowly , ; Paving Notice. To all whom it may concern r ; CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ( .- ! -'.,,; Columbus. O., tiept.23. 180T. - Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for maKl14 lue lUllVTTluK luiiiruvvujvuuB, nib; or paving ibe sidewalks in front of inlot No, SGI nn Lhe waat side of H.eh street. also, for re-paving the gutters on the north side of Broad street from High street to Center alley. The same to be done in accordance with nlats and estimates to be prepared by the CityCivilEngineer and filed in the office of the City Clark. Alt persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or belore tne aixtn aay ol xtovemner, A. i. 1S67. L. . WILSON, . sep25-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. may . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, ' COLOMHITR. O...NeDt. 9. 1867. Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making the followingimprovements'.to-wit: ' For graveling tbe - roadway of Fair alley from Fourth alley to Fifth alley. Also for constructing a Hag Stone crossing across seventh street on the south side ot f nend street. Alfo to establish the grade on Uermania street, from Hiiih fltrftet tnthe (Jitv Park. AUo to establish the north line of the City Park in accordance wun tne proposition ot Kj. . jaeger. Efo.. and accented bv the Citv Conncil. The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by tne uity mvil engi neer, and filed in tbe office of tbe Citv Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in th office ot the Clerk, in writins, on or Deiore tne i ma aay ot xnoveuoer. a. u. ict7. L. E. WILSON. septlS-dltawew ' t City Clerk, Paving Notice. 2 o aU whom it may concern: . , .,; " CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. '. ' COLUHBUS. O., Oct. 14. 1867.1 Notice is hereby eiven. that nroceedinss have hern instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for malting tne touowing improvements, to wit-: r'or sradine and navina the unDaved sidewalks. gutters and crossings on the south side of Long street from Third street to Seventh street. Also, fur graveling the roadway of Hickory alley lrooi intra street 10 raiga tireet. Also, for putting down a flag orossicg on North Hiah street at the north side of alanle street. Also, for laying a flag crossing across Mulberry alley on the east side of Hiah street. Elm, Low, Mulberry and Bank alleyB in the First vv ara lortnwitn, so (flat the residents cao. go on with their imorovementa. - Also, for making a single row flag crossing across Seventh street on the south side of Mound street. The same to be done in accordance with the plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gineer, and filed in the office f the City Clerk. , All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of tne Clerk, in writing, on Deiore mo a wonty-geventn aay ot novemoer, a U. leei. - " " , , L. E.WILSON, octl7-dltaw4w City Clerk. . Orange Sells, Before Jamts M. Faton. J. P, against of Norwich township. Frank- uiiimuTo uuimw.i . nn county, unio. I f THE BSlh lltV OK NI:PTF71RFH KJ 186T, said Justice ieened an order of Attach ment in tneaoove action tor the sum of 7.SJ. Hilliard. October the th, lt67. octS-waw ; ORANGE SELLS. . .'ilj n i - ... .. '' ; Times of Holding Courts in the . Fifth Judicial District of Ohio, for the Year 1868. ' " Thb Statb op Ohio,' ' Fbanklin Co VMT. I t'i. '.sHEPlRD, CLEKK Of 'THK 1, Court of Common Pleas within and for said County and State aforesaid, do hereby cortity that the following order is truly taken and correctly Copied from thejournal of said Court, to-wit : ' "In pursuance of the statute in su"U cases made and provided, the Judves of the Court of Coinmou Pleas in the Fifth Judioial District of the State of Ohio, do hereby order that the District t ourt and Courts of Common Pleas for the year, .181W. sball commence in the s veral counties in kaid District as follows, to-wit: - UISTB1CT COVKTS. Madison, May 6. : : Franklin. Iriay C. Pickaway, May It; " Faett. Mat 15. Koss, September 1. . ; r Highland, September t, ' Adams, Septembers. - Brown, September 10, ,,... , ' Clermont, September 15. ' COM MOi PLEAS COURT. Flrat SnbdiVlsirr. ! ' Adams, f ebruary 25, May SB. September ?9, Brown, February 4. June 30, November 3. Clormout, March 10, J une U, October 14. Second Subdivision. Highland. January 14, May 19, October 14, Koss. February 4, J une 2, October 27. ' Fayette, March 3, J une S3, September 23. Third. Subdivision. Madison, February 3, May 18. October 14. ' P.cka way, February 18, May 30, Ooiober 27. Franklin, March 9, June 15, November 16. And it is further ordered that this order be pub lished lour consecutive weeks Done this 4th day of October, A. D. 1P6T ALFhED S. Uli;KEY, T. Q lASHBUKN. JOHN L. GREEN, ' Judges, To the Clerk rf the Court of Common Pleas of of Franklin Coui;ty,Ohio, Tn tAHtimnnv whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the seal of -said !L, 8.1 Court, at Colu bus, this 9th day of Oo- toDer, A. V. joe. T. S. SHEPARD, ' Clerk Court Com. Pleas Franklin Co, -w4w- Legal Notice. C-t A. GOVDER, R. HI. GONDER and T. I.. M. Oonder. in Canada. British America, will take notice tint W. P. Shrum, of the county of Franklin, in the State of Ohio, did, on the 5th day of October, A. 1). 1867. file his petition in the Uourt ot l;ominon fleas, witnin and lor tne county of Franklin, in paid State of Ohio, aeainst the said O. A. Wonder. R. M. Oonder and L M. Oonder, defendants, asking judgment aeainst the said O. A.tiunder. R M Conderand L. M. Monder. for the sum of (407 90-100. with interest from November 9th. 1866. balance due on a piomissory note given by said defendants to tne s id w. Jr. riorum, dated Julv23d. A. D. 1866.f..r450.dueand Davable sixty days after date with interest, on which 50 was paid on ihe 9th day of November, A. D. 1866. The said W. P. Shrum a so caused au attachment to b issued to the Sberitf of said franklin county, and levied upon tbe follolwicg real estate situate in franKlin county, u .10, to-wtt: juot io. s in M. Wotervelt'a addition to the town ot Westerville. as designated on the recorded plat r.f raid addi tion, and is numbered 43 on tbe platof the new sur vey made A. D. 1867. The said W. P. Shrum seeks to have said ri al estate, and also any indebtedness ef J . F. Seller to the said defendants or either of tbem.and any moneys or credits or property of any Kind in nis poisession or under nis control, neions ins to said (i. A. Oonder. U. M. Oonder and L. M Oonder, or either of them, appropriated and applied toward tbe payment of tbe said indebtedness of the defendants to said VV. r. ohrum. The said (J. A. Gonder. R. M. Gonde- and L. M Gonder are notified that they are required to ap pear and answer said petition on or betore the third Saturday atter tne eta day ot .December, A. u 186T. D .ted this 24th day of October A. I). lsr7. W. P. SHRUV. By H. B. Albbby and A. Andrews, his Att'ys. oct!4-aitwew or Guardian's Sale of Real Es tate- ' IU PURSUANCE OF AN ORHEB OF 1 the Probata Conrt of Delaware conntv. Ohio. made on the 18th day of October, A. D. lr-67, in the case of George K. Hutchison, Guardian of Holmes A. Hutchison, against bis said word, tne undersigned will, on tne 30th day of November, A. D. 18G7, At one o'clock P. M.,on the premises, offer at public sale tbe following described real eata e. situated in theoounty of Franklin, in the State of Ohio, in survey No. 1406 V. 11. District and if a part of the land formerly owned by Georee Davis, dee'd. and bounded as follows: beginning at a stake in the east, line of a 15 acre tract beloneins to Asa Davis. thence along the south line of land deeded October 11th, 18o, by tbe heirs of George Davis, dee'd, to Nancy C. Scringer, and land setoff to Cat -ariue Da vis, widow of said Georee Davis, dee'd, for dower N. 77 dear. 30 mm.. E. 194 47-100 Doles to a stake in theW. line of another piece of land belonging to . ii : . l i. V n . u -Bam ia v ,s, ouu . i J. u-m iid, i ra vunci vo tnln thence alnn? said Asa Davis west line S. 5 d ft . AO min . K. 30 60-100 noles to said Asa Davis S. W. eorner in the north line of said land deeded as afore said toOeorse avis, thence alongsaid George Davis N. line S. W deg. 30 min. W-. 115 26-100 poles to a stake said George Davis N. W. corner thence along bis west line S. 6 deg. 30 min. E. 94 50-100 poles to a stake and stone in a run in the south line of the Dun tract, thence with the said s. line f. 76 deg. 30 min. W . 35 74 100 noles to a stone S. E. corner ol another tract beloncinu to said Asa Davis: thence along his E, line N. 6 deg. 30 min. W. 94 56-100 pelee to a sto.ie another corner of Asa Davis; thence with another of said Asa Davis line S. 76 deg. 30 min. W. 42 78-100 poles to a stone southeast corner of said Asa Davis 15 acre tract, thence with his east line N. 5 deg. 30 min. W. 33 92-100 poles to the beginning, contains 59 acres and one rood of land, more or less.- - - Terms of sale: One-third cash on the day of sale, one-third in me and one-third in two years from day of sale, with interest, to be secured by mortgage on tne premises sold. ... . - Appraised at $4,400. -:yv .. . GK0RGE E. HUTCHISON, Guardian of Holmes A.Hutchison, By Fetd A Powell, his Attorneys. . Printer's fee, $11.26. oct21-w4t-r Sherift's Sale. Jacob Kinnel et al ) Court of Common Pleas, ys f ranklin county, George Smith. J in Partition. . IN ITStiAIVCK OF AN OHIIUl OF X sale in the above stated case to me directed. will offer for sale at public auction, at the door of the Court House, in the city of Columbus, on Saturday, the 9th day of November, A. D, ISO, 'at 2 o'clock P. M-, the following described real Mt,ti. niinate in Kranklin fiountv. to-wit: Iniot No. two hundred and tenty-five(325) in the eilvot i;oiumDus, rranann county, onto, situate on Front street, except a narrow strip of about two fnet wide on the south side and extending eastward 64 feet, which as sold by John Miller to Joel iiut- tlcs in 1826, as per deed recorded. A nnraised at iS2.8C0.00. Terms of Sale One-third of the purchase money on the day of sale, one-third in one year, and the balance in two years, witn interest irom aay ot sale, deferred payments to be s cured by mortgage on premises. Primer's fees $6.75. WM.D0M1GAN. Sheriff. : Otto Dbesel, Att'y. oct2-dltwtd . Sherift's Sale. John Statton Court of Common Pleas i . vs - of Franklin County, Samuel Swickard.) Ohio. t V V 1 ItTI K OF A "VEND!" TO ME directed from said Court in the above stated case, 1 will offer for sale at public auction, at the aoor oi tne vouri. oouik), iu .u wiij v w,wu,wt.o on Tuesday, the 19th day of November, A. D, . . . lSbV, at 2 o'clock P. M.,the following described real es taie. to-wit: . l.nt No. is in the town of GroveDort. in the ooun tyof Franklin and State of Ohio, and adjoining the Ohiocanal. Printer's fees $5.50. ; . . .L - WM.-DOMIGAN, Sheriff. oct!9-dltwtd Benj. F. Jewett's Estate, VTOTICR IS HKKF.BY GIVEN THAT X v tbe undersigned vas, on the 2d of October, lft7 ftitl v ftnnnintjrl and nuaiified as admini-tra- tor of the estate of Benjamin F. .lewett. late of . Perry township. Franklin county, Ohio deceased, Col umbos, Ohio, Ootober 23 J, 1867. oct'-'4-w3w Benjamin Oeary's Estate. m.Tat.Vslal'E' uriHTIlk i XT sviV THAT IN the undersigned has been duly appointed Ad ministrator Ol me eniaie tu veiijnmiu uearjr. mui of Washington township, Fianklin county. Ohio, October 9, 1867. oct21-3 r Samuel Isenbarg's Estate MOT1CE IS IIF.REBY GIVEN THAT l.v the undersigned has this day been appointed and qualifiod as administrator of tne estate ot Sam uel itenbarg, late of Perry township. Franklin county, ODio, deceased. , . - October 14th, 1867. ootl5-3w , JAMES G. THOMPSON. CIDER. Farmers Keep Your Cider Sweet . TOIlbout AariigH. rT-HE BOSEDAIiE CIDEK COMPANY J will lurnish tbeir celebrated process tor pre serving Cider tn any person sending Ten Dollars t theiraddress. This is the best nrooess in the world Car Cider sold for $1 per gallon this summer costs nut a lew cents a carrel- Address ROSEDAliE CIDER CO., Box 1W, Granville. Licking county, Ohio, " We refer. to Granville Bank. . augl5-wtf - TASNA6E TO AND FH09I CHEAT JL tsritain ana Ireland, bybteamship and Sal ine Packet, atreduoed rate. TAPSCOTT BROS A CO., 86 South Btreet, and 23 Broadway, ew York; continue to issue Passage Ticket, available for twelve : months, from London, Liverpool, or Qneenstown, and Dratts, payable on demand, for any amount, irom J-1 ara upwards. KAll.EY THOMPSO A CO., Agects. mohUr-wly " : Bankers. Columbus 117ANTKU-AGENTS. SCHOOL TEACH VV : ors. ladies and eentlemetr. and all others so disposed, to act as agents for "Cottage Bible and Family Exposition" 1.500 pages, 21 steel plates a 11.1 'j' .lev, i, i...... bu 1 111. 1 M t:n . . i uo- itively tbe best selling mirks out. Addrcs W. STEWART GLENN. iepl7-wlm '- .- ,- lit. Vernon, Okie An Old Song, Set to a New Tunc. ..... . t 1867. -m , -. i A Bpring approaches Ant ad liotiche Jrom their hole come cut, - And Mice atiH Hate Jn spite of cats, Gaily 9 tip about, - "18 years established in N. Y. City." "Only infallible remedies known." "Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family.1 "Rats come out of their holes to die." Collar's" ltat. Roach, A;c, Exterm's Is a paste nsed for Bats, Mice, Boaches, Jtlackawl Bed Ante, Ac, Ac. 'Coatar's" Bed-Slug Exterminator Is aliqnid or wash used tn destroy, and also as a preventive for ed-uge, Ao. "CoBtar'"Elcctrlc Powder for Insects Is for Jfothe. Jfosqnitocii, Fleas, Bed-Bugs, Insect on, PlanUt, Fowls, Animate, Ao. Sfr- til Hnrii 1 1 1 of all worthless imitations sr See that "Costar'b" name is on each Kox. Bottle, and Flask, before you buy. S3?" Address, hexry k. costab, 4s Brodway, N. Y. SaM hv R V. Sanrinel Mamie A Ritaon. R. Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale and Retail Asents. and by 11 H White, J. it. Cook, and all llruggists in uolumbus. unio. (a fart. a9 CELEBRATED BUCKTHORN SALVE For Cnts. Burns. Bruises. Wounds. Boils. Canoers broken ffreasts. Sore Aipples, Isleeding, 15ima ana I'aintnl files: tsnrotulons. rafridana lll-eonaition- ed Sores: Ulcers. Glandular Swellines. Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections, Ringworm, Itch. Corns, bun ions, (Jbiioiains, c; inar-p. a nanus, Lips, etc. Bites of Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ac, Ao. mr Boxes, 25 cis., 50cis. and H sizes, J3 Sold by all Druggists everywhere. SO- And bv HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 484 Broadway, rl. l H,AA St V. S.mnol Vml A Rtt.nn H .Tnn. A Son. G. Roberta A Co., W holesale and lietail Agents, and by H. II. White, J. R. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio. COSTAR'S" UNIVERSAL CORH SOLVENT For Corns, Bunions, Warts, Ae. ja- Boxes, 25 cts.,50cts. nnd l sizes. . mf Sold by all Druggists everywhere. . A3- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway, jm. I. Sold by S. E. Samuels, Marple ARitson, R. Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co., Wholesale A Retail Agents. and by H. H. White, J. R. Cook, and all Drusgists in Columbus. Ohio. ' i e -r n e 3 WWW r IV w PREPARATION OF BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS, FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac Ladies are now using it in preference to all others. . - Mottles, 1. Ma Sold hv all Druirtrists everywhere. " IS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 484 Broadway, N. Y. Sold by S. E. Samuel Marple A Ritson.R. Jones St Son, U. rtoDerts a jo w noiesaie ana netau Agents, and by Ii- H.White, J. Ii. Cook,aud all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio. COSTAR'S" PECTORAL COUGH REMEDY, L- r. TtA,ra,n.ag KnvnThrnKf. r?mnn Whnnninir lntich. iutluenza. A si hnia. Consumption. Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. AS Buttlos. 25 cts., SOcts. a-d $1 sizes, a Sold by all Drusgists everywhere. JO" And by HENRY R- COSTAR, Depot 484 Bioadway, N. Y. Sold by S. K. Samuel, Marple A Ritson.R. Jones A Son. G. Roberts A Co- v holesale and Retail Agents and by H. H. White. J. R. Cool-, and all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio. COSTAR'S" CELEBRATED BISHOP PILLS, A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL. For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness. In digestion, Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Constipation, Diarrhea, Colics, Chills, Fevers, and general de raneementof the Digestive Organs. IT Boxes, 85 ots'., o0cts. and 1 sixes. -af Sold bv all DriifrffintB everywhere.' A3- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot Broadway. N . 1 . - Sold by S. E: Samuel, Marrle A Ritson, R. Jones A Son, G. Roberta t o.,-Wholesale and Retail A genu, and by H. U. W bite, J. R. Cook, and aU lruKgists in Columbus, Ohio. , iun28-dAw3m . '. - - -" , 4 "Tha wnnderfnl nrnffress of Medics I (Science during the past si year only j Sinakefl it- nmtitila lor tha OonSCientionS dKhvaiman tn Hmlana.nnw. tat CONSUIf P- Itioh is as CEKTilNLYCURBO as Intermit- i lent Fever, and as1 cbbtxIKLT fkktsht- ed as Muli Pom." Be. Charles S. Sing, M. D. t-i.l. eta,, . I K I N C ' S . ' : PEEPAUED PBESCRIPTIM, .. . MAD PROM THB PBESCU1FTION OP ,,, : Rev. CHARLES B. KING, H. D LL. D., : FOB THK PREVENTION AND CURK OF ' C O JV' S"U"M X T i p IV TN ITS MOST ADVANCED STAGfcS). For the Radical Cure of ASTHMA, BROXCHIT".l S. CATARRH, and all affections ot tne l,u'48 1 THROAT. and AIR PASSAGE: for ('eneral and Special Derangements at the NEKVUUW SI hTKM lor IHeorder of the KI.OOI: and for all Sunction , I .! ,. . .. C . 1 Lr. . .. L n ,1 t'i, ,nr? B I, immediately in-reaMe the rrt7ana deepen thecoJorot the paUMood.. It; subdue the CMU and truer, and diminishes tbe Jbrjteotoranan. .. .J1.I. ik. nAl ..wmaa alwau In from' SeveW, fourteen aiye iDeipwww isat nnomwufw..-. and the patient rapidly' gains flesh; tb cough, and tbe difficult breathing- are speedily relieved; the sleep becomes calm and refreshing: the evacriatUms retnlar and uniform.- ALL THi? GENERAL siMl-TOMS av CONRUMPTION.-ASTHMA BRONCIimS. Ac . DISAPPKAR WITH, A REALLY ASTONISHIMi RAP1D1TI. The PRESCRIPTION should be ns-d. in every ease where the Physician prescribes "CoPOH Mix .. ,t -v ...... I 1 .. . . A ,,u . K.nir Ommwa 'Cod LiverOil, Whibkv, Ac. and in every disease, by whatever MAMB KNOWN, in which there is ex- 1 1 , - . , , Ik. FJIflvin. muilliuiiljtlll. ur luui. vi iMiuuvBi... j - . , SYMPTOMS: . thuimiU m 7-f-MZi Rreathina. Loss of Breath Cough, Wasting of flesh. Sight Sweats Bteeding trnm the Lungs, Lnes of Strength, Loss of Appe tite, General Debility, Debility of Pregnancy and Aureina, flying faint tnrougn tne cnowaere, nLat Aim or lAmh Neuralaiti. Nervous Headache. Ferrous Prostration, Fenout Irritation, 64f(U- nees or Diseineee, Excretive Palen es, Sore Thrrmt Drowsiness, Sleeplessnem, Dyepepsia, dour atom ach," Heart Burn," Upprfian - Hinting of th i . L 1. - S rtft-M. -' V... C J .'.I J) . mittent Fever, Ac. Ac, an 1 kspBi iai.lv in all F maJe Dieordere or Utrle Irregularities, such a Difficult, Painful, bupjirexted., isc-inty, BJxessiv Delayed, Premature, or too Freguent Mmstruatio Statements from I"utieotH Ac. 'Your Prescription saved my daughter's Iife.and nas sived me hundreds ol dollars, 'nev. nui .....- M V .1 "We bless GoJ for the benefit we have received rom your Prepared Prescription." Kev. r. 1 KRI irntHK. Hlns.hnr?. Penn. ''Every one to whom I have recommended it bas benefitted much by its use." Rev. CD. Jonbs, Ra cine, Wis. Bible Housb, Astor Place, N- Y. In the early partot February, 1865, I was suffering from ayi I hud been treated durinft .i- .,.k, ,,,,.1. .ithnnl. henefit. I had Fiaht Sweats wlrich completely prostratea me. In the eveninr, hoarseness would come on. which would ..nl m. frnm anMiWln. lbT I vbiSMt, 1 bad then had two attacks of bleeding from the lungs. My Family Physician assured me that he could do no more for me. 1 was growing rapidly worse, and u-a k..n .nmwtiiiiH tn lefLv business for nearly two months. All my symptoms indicated, unmistaka bly, tbe presence of CONSUMPTION. In the be ginning of February. Mr. Henrt Fibher, Treas urer of the American Bible Society, prei-ente l me with abottleof tbe PREPARED PRESCRIPTION. In a few days, my appetite wnicn i naa entirely lost), returned: within a week, mvcouoh hadalmost leftnie; and in less than two weeks the Fight Swea were broKen up. tnenceiorwaru i res;aiiiiwiBi.rouv n;,ilv .ml ... nn.v TAiFiilnrlv attendinr to inv du lies as clerk to the AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY in whose employment 1 have been mnn wears. I am now enioving good health. Your PRKSCRIPTION effected a CURE, when my friends despaired of my - ' WI)S. J. CONGER. "1 bave had Nervous or Spasmodic Asthma for eleven years. Uunna tne last sis eais i nave nev mrhm.tmn n ni n t erru otod niffht's rest- Itoften seem ed to me that I would die before I could get air into my lungs. I suffered so. greatly from 'shortness of breath,' that 1 wasoompelled to take trequent rests in wanting irom my resilience u wj yiaw ui uuoi- " The night before 1 obtained the 'PREPARED PR1CSCHIPTION,' wis the worst 1 overpassed. Iln nlilMnin, llii. r. 1T1 fli V 1 took S t.R ASWUlf ul at noon and again at night, and slept all nisht without waking. 1 have not had a broken nigbt's best binck. 1 have now completely recovered my strength and spirits, and am not at all afflicted .;th fihf.et.nA.a nf" breath.' 1 ahall be clad to-have anvone afflicted with Asthma call and see me. KZKA C. LANGDON. No. 334 Fourth St.. N. Y." The"PRKPARr.D PRESCRIPTION" is put np in a 1 bottle; and is sold by Retail by all Druggists in Columbus, and by Drugsi'ts generally, or orders ma.v oe auuret-sua iuiubquici tjn v. MOSKn et uu., n uoruanai St., insult - tinn free. A Cirenl T.eontaimnS PAKTICITLARS many casb8 sucoes fully treated, will be sent frc by mail, to all who win write tor it. Snl.l Whnlesaleand Retail by S. E. SAMUEL CO. sep26-dAweowly LII'E -IJ KAi:i'H-S l'K 1.KGTH. i.i f s:a LTM-TR EI'TI1. 1.1 S-'E H E ALXII STaUKOTO . DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S SPECIFIC PILLS Are prepared by the Messieurs Garancier A Du- Fiont. Pbarmaoeutists, f o. 214 Rue Lombard, Paris, mm Inn FrAserintiiin of Dr. Juan Delamarre. Chief th,si0,iUHi,dS-rvnTjrb 0i8ere If Vf j A Uli VA; MHVViHUUIll MJ A J. S.V ha Paris. MavSt 1863. Gbktlbubn: We bave used the "Specific Pills" made' from Doctor Delamsrre's Prescription, .du:ing several years past, in our private and publto practice, and have tound tbeir. a most energetio and efficient Rem edy in eases of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weak- hm. Mohtlv. Dailv. or "refimureEniissions: Sex aal Weakness, or lmpotency; Special Derangements c ... x o . 1 , u.:.:nJ- I, L LltH umiuill eijBwm, I , cuinma wisiim iivui Secret Habits and Sexual Excesses: Relaxation o tha Genital Orcans: rYeak SDine: Affections ot tbe Eyes; "Lime" or Brick Dust" Deposits in the Urine: "Milky" Discharges: Paleness of the Skin. . 1. O , I'V.nl.. a ,1 nu. I .!na V nfilicMl Features; lrresular Aciion of the Heart, and in all the abastlv train of Symptoms arising from Over use, Abuses, or Loss from any cause, of the Nervous Force. We earnestly advise the Profession, and all per sons suffering from any Symptomatic or Organic Afectiont of the Gbnito-Ukinaby Systems, to use tnese I ilia, w iu nitsu rcapeci weau-e j wuis uiooi sincrelj R. A.BEAUREPARIE.M. D. G. II. UUJ AKIHJN. M. U. JEAN DE LEUCHRE. M. D. To G arakcibbb A Dvfokt, No. 4 Rue Lombard Pans Sedentary nn&Studiou ccupr Ions; Grists, Anx ieties, or whatever tends to impair tne ruut Actum of the Brain,Heart, or Fervous System frequently lead to the most Distressing and Embarrassing Dis orders of the Vibilb System. Students Clergy men and Lawyers, therefore, who are especially li able to these Weaknesses, should resort promptly Lr.DELAMABKE'8 Specific Pills. A Pamphlet, containing full particulars, with Di rections and Advice, printed in French, German, n HUUUS BIIU J1U . ,L , pi 1 11 . .... in . 1V1.V,., UUIJJDU, Spanish and English, accompanies each box, aud wiil be sent, by mail, free ot cost, to any who will write for it. I'ricc SI oer Box. or Six Boxes for Sold bv all the nrinoipal Drutraists. or wiil sent by mail, securely t sealed from aU observation. on receipt ot tne specinea price oy any autnorned 8gent. or hy the sole General Aeents for America, OSCAR G. MOSKS A CO., S7 Cortlandt street. New York. Autnorized Agents for Columbus ana vicinity. S. E. SAM Ij Eii CO. G. ROiifcKTS CO., and all Dealers in Meiicines. All orders by mail promptly attenaea to. seplU dAweowly TELE GEEAT ENGLISH EEMEDI pkotected bt xoybl letters patent. - : SIR JA1T1E CLAHRE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Prepared prom a prescription of Sir J. Clarks,M,Dt rnuMCnan XMtiraoratnary to 9ns yueen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the eun ' all those Dainfuland dancerous diseases to whiof -he female constitution is subject. It moderatesaH excesses and removes all obstructions, from whateVf er cause oneen.. euro uiaj uniDunivut - TO ItlAKHlED l,ADIb!l particularly suited. It will, in a short time the monttuy period witn regularity. OLTJfPION-. these Pills shoultl not oe taten by Femalesdurinc the FIRST THREE 210FTHS of Pregnancy, thry are sure to bring on Miscarriage, but at ant other Hme tney are ears. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affection I'aina in the llaokand Limbs. Fati&ue on slieht ex ertion. Palpitation of the Hea.t, Hysterics, and V hites, these Pills will effect a cure when all othei means have failed: and although a powerful remedy do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything ' hnrtf ul to the Constitution. Full directions in the pamphlet around each paok age. which should be oaretuiiy preserved. Sold by all DRrooisTs. Pricb, Onb Dollab TEB OTTLB. . SPECIAL NOTICh ft is the fate of every valuable Medicine to UOCNTEKfeitep. Me caunoue, tnerejore, ana see that tne tetters" T. M." are blown in the bottis. nnd that tachwrapper bears the FAO SIMILES of signatures of 1. C. BALDWJS t CO., and JOB ACi.. - n iinovt wnien, none are genuine. . it. iii.Oo. with l.iirhteen oenta for nostue inclosed t- a 'y authorized Aeent or to the Sole General Agent for the United States and British Dominions, . JOB MOSES. 97 Cortlandt street. New York will insure a bottle, nnntan i.iK Fifty Pills, by.r e turn mail, securely sealed trom au onservatien. sepl9-dAweowly-oct jnURE VALUABLE THAN COLD I HIAA-IN'H LIFE PIIX8 . i PURIFY THE BLOOD, Remove Headache, Dizziness. Giddiness, . Dbowrikbks, Unpleasant Dbeamh, Dim- ; MESS OK SlSHT, Indhikstion, Cleanse thb Stomach amd Bowels, Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and Ueatore tbe SlcK to Perfect Health. PCREI t iTEOETABLB. 1 ! . Try them I Th y only cost 85 cents, and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money , Dr. JA.UfcS BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 819 Bioadway New York, And thev will be sent by return of mail; postpaid. For sale by Druggists generally. - dec20-dA wly cunard ; steerage line. BETWEEN 1VF.W YORK AND LIV. ERPOO.'i. calling at QUEENSTOWN. From New York every Wednesday. From Liverpool every Tuesda--.. - From Qneenstown every Wednesday.' ' - Rates op Parsaob. Cabin, 80 (g Id). Sreer age, $30 (currenov). Steorage tickets irom Liver y. ol or Qutenstown at low rates. , Drafts lor sale on Great Britain and Ireland. For Steerage i assage, apply to ; E.'CBNARD.' !'" - -J,:: N 69 Broadway, New York, or to Fills PASG1TT, Agent, '' American Express Co., No. 12 Buckeye Block. i de0l7-dly ' - ' i ...... n; ... : mi Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND DAYTON & WESTERN H!iCws!a3 RAILROADS. I .. Ou and after S AtURDAT; June se. ltT, FOUB TRAINS DAILY wilt leave Columbas FOB CINCINNATI, LOpiSVILLK, CAIRO, n LOUIS, DAYXOH, RICHK0ND. IN- WiEbout change ofcarsfe dA '11 1 and alUJM V, ana only one enange oi cars w DlANAPOLlS-and CHICAGO. Connections are reliable aaXollpws:- - .vc, v. , .'jfiBsr train; f j : . , (Daily, except Monday J Leaves at 1:20 A. M. for. Cincinnati. Circle ville, Lancaster, Hiilsboro and Chillieothe; stow ai. Minaon, .aouth on axles ton, eaia, vorwm Morrow. Loveland and Plain ville. arrivinc al Ciu einnati at 6:16 A,M SECOND TRAIN Dailj except Sundays. Leaves at :X A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton Kioomoua, Indianapolis.. Chicago, and stops bi Weft Jefferson, london. South Charleston, Co "'L1"? en, Swing YsJiey, Corwin. Morrow South Lebanon, Foster's. Loveland, Mil ford, ar riving at Cincinnati at 1030 A. M oenneotina witntnesiauiwais. .: ; THIRD TRAIN. ' ' "i, (Daily except SundaysJ : .' Leaves at 12: 1 6 . M. for Cincinnati. Dayton iiichmi.nd, Incianspolis, and Springfield na Xe nia. arriving at Cincinnati at 4:50 P.M. FOURTH TRAIN. . .. , -(Daily except SundaysJ Leaves at S:io P M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and bpringfieid via London, stopping at Alton, West Jetterson. liewac; -South Charleston. Sel ma,Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin Morrow, Loveland, and arriving at Ciiiciunati lOilfi.P.M. i j ,... .-. : ..... Sleeping; Cars are on atll Night Train New : Freight : f Arrangements. The Chicago A Great Eastern, and Little Miami A Oelnmbns A Xenia. and Davton A Western Rail roads have so arranged their Time Tables as to make direct connections with freight trams at Richmond in both directions, making the time from Columbus to Chicago 38 hoars. : uis s K T BKuoa.s, Ticket Agent T. LOUGH. Agent. JOHN DURAND. DURAND. O'SraSsTHci Uerl Ticket Agt.) W. L. Cincinnati. Columbus. July 8. EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION. Tbree Trains Leave Celsmnhas Halt as follows: (Sunday excepted.) ItOA A. M. NIGHT KXPRKSS arrrrlns mi Zanesville at 3:50 A. M,; Bellaire at 7:40 A. M.; Baltimore at 4 JO A. M.: Waanineton City at SM A. M. " IIIIO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS A rrivina at Zanesville at 1:30 P. M : Bellaire at 5:00 P. M Baltimore at (A. M.; WashingtonCity atllt A. M. -. '. j - ; . i 1 1 :50 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arrives at Zanes ville at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at :00 P. M.; Baltimore at5KKP. M.: Washington City at 5t P. M. JjThe 11:10 A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS stops oniy at Newark, Zanesville. Cambridge and Barnes viile. Other trains-will stop stall stations. AS" Four trains daily leave Washington or Balti more, for Philadelphia, and New York. This route nrw offers tn oassenaers these crest and superior advantages. Fare to Washington City the san e; as to Baltimore. ' 'Philadelphia pas tengers bave the privilege of visiting. Washington City and Biltimore, en rout. New York passengers have the privilege ot visiting Washington City Baltimore and Philadelphia, en route. Boston Pas senger bave tr.e privilege or visiting nasnmgton City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, en route, at precisely tbe same oost for tickets ai via any other route. - - This is the only route that ean givepassengers the advantage of a through tickets, or baggage checked to w ashington t;ity. t3f' Asia: for Ticket Tla. Bellalr JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation, ... L. M. COLE, General 'lioket Agent. - JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Act. may6-D -' - . Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— OS 3 Cincinnati Railroad. ' 1 to be A Iivo XarAxkj Daily, ' . . EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection witn Trains on thai Little U lami Ac Cola nab na A Xealm ItttilrottOa. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves' Coinmbua at 1-J0 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtcs. Gilead. Galion, Crestline, Shelby.- New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at 8:15 A. M.. New York 7:08 A. M. .Thia train leaves bundai night, bat not Saturday. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5:00 A, M. Will stop at all way stations. Thai train starts from tbe freight Yard. N EW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus ad 11:10 A. M. tV ill ston at Delaware.Cardinaton.Gal- ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington. Oral ton ana Berea. - Arrives at Cleveland at ssso P. M., New York next day at 3:45 P. M. MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves CoInmbasatl.'W P. '. Will stop at WorthiLKton. Lewis Center ueiaware, ann an istations to isneiny ane Eumnn New London. Wellington. Grafton and Berea. Ar rive a l Cleveland at-t0 P. M., New York 10-jeP.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWARE Leaves Colambna at SrfS P. M. WiU I BWI .1.11 DUI11IW UOKPmi UUIKUIU.B UN DIIIUP I field, arriving at Delaware at 4:50 P. M.j Springfieli 7:85 P. M. This train leaves Spring ieid at 7:15 A. M., airives at Delaware at 8:55 A. Al.; Columbus, UHA.M. ; Patent Sleeping Can are ram on U Aigbl Trains to Ufa lea go, Sew fork and UoKtosa. - Baggage cheeked through to New York ' Boston, via Cleveland : alae. to Philadelnhin New York, via Crestline. .- RETURNING: ; 1 i, Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:05 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at IM noon . - - i Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9 JO r. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:65 A.M. Fare as Low as oy any Other Route. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. i ;.;, ., .. .-!!. 8. FLINT, Hi ' Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. . JAMES PATTERSON, '" Agent, Column. s.0bie. Columbus, April SS, 18S7. - COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY! at be to - FOR SAXBIISKY, TOLEDO, DE. TROIT, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Springfield, III., Terre Haute, Evansville, Louis ville, Cairo, St-Louis, Chicago, and all points West and South. No change of ears between Columbus and Indi anapolis. FOUR TRAINS leave Columbus, daily, as fol lows (Sundays excepted): , . A0,lliHOBAT10lt-Leaves Columbus 6 30 A. M.: arrives at Miiford 9:16 A. M.; Urbana 10:30 A.V.; Piqua 20 P. M. This train connects at Mil ford for Springfield and at Urbana for Belieion taine. CUdeand Sandusky. IttoO A, HI. DA V EXHBEW-Arrivs at Urbana 11 P. M.; Piqua 3K P. M.: Lima :10 P. M.; Chicago (via Lima) 5:30 A. M.; Richmond M P. M Chicaso (via Richmond) 8.-40 A. M.; Indian apolis 1-JM P. M;Louisvillel3.-A5 A.M.; Terrs Hants 1050 P. M.: Mattoon tit & m .-, nsa w a. 31$ St. Louis 8:30 A. M.: Lafayette 10:50 P. M.: Chi cago (via Lavfette) 630 A. M.; Springfield A. II?; Quincy 120 P. M ; Keokuk 3KW P. M. This train arrives at St. Louis TWO hours in advance of any other route from Columbus. . , 5:20 , M. "WESTERS EXPRESS Ar rives at Urbana 8.-05 P. M.: Bellefontaine 1037 P. M.: Sandusky :z5A. M.: Piqua 9 P. M.: Lima S0 A. M.; Chicago (via Lima-)1H)0 A. M.; Toledo 6:30 A. M.; Detroit 10:10 A. M-: Riehmead 115 P.M.; Indianapolis 3:00 A. M. Passengers by this Train arrive at CHICAGO fhefollowing morning, SK V EM AND A HALF HOURS in advance ef any other route from Columbus. Ii85 A. BU RIGHT EXPRESS Arrives at Urbana 3:13 A. M.; Piqua 3:15 A.U.t Richmond. 455 A.M.; Chicago (via Richmond) 11:40 P. U.: In dianapolis 8:15 A. M.; LouisvUle 25)0 P. M.: Terra Haute 1134 A. M.; Evansville 10r0 P. M.: Mattoon :38 P.M.; Pana430P.M.;St.Louis930P.M.; La fayette 11:35 A. M.;. Chicago (via Jyfayette) 115 P. M.; Springfield 8:10 P. M.: Quincy ifiO A. M.; Keokuk 35 A. M. This Train arrives at ST. LOUIS FOUR HOURS in advance of. any other route from Columbus. ' ". ... New State Room Sleeping Car run in night trains. 0 . . , ' ' ' All changes made in Union Depots. Baggags. Checked through to all Principal point"- .,., , Ask for Tickete via RICHMOND AND-INDIANAPOLIS. " $---SS!?S,l Ticket AgentaCoIumbn- F. Chandler, Gen. icket Agt.,l Indiariapolia. J. M. LcMT.Superintendent, ., I , .,, , "jjrW ' ' - - ; , ' - V CCDJ-.TJMBTJS t" ORGAN FACTORY. THE CTDEBiieNBB HsTHO last completed a Pipe Organ for the Gsrman Inde pendent Church; t Mound street Columbus, takes thismethod of informing the public and particu laily Church committees throughout the State, that he is sow ready to oentrae.t for Organs ef any siie and price, and refers i parties interested to . the ocUIS-d'tl jujs-Jl-i ?ii l... -iO' .